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Contemporary open-plan living
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No.49 is a fabulous 3 bedroom apartment situated on the first floor, with contemporary open-plan living and a generously sized balcony by award-winning Berkeley homes.
• 1.7 Miles – Ascot Station • 1.6 Miles – Royal Ascot Racecourse & Ascot High street • 7.3 Miles – Windsor (host to Windsor Castle and over 40 different retailers) • 17.3 Miles – Heathrow Airport • M3, M4 & M25 within close proximity • By train - approx. 1 hour to London Waterloo • By train - approx. 46 minutes to Clapham Junction • By train - approx. 29 minutes to Reading • A range of first-class schools nearby
Brompton Gardens is an exclusive collection of beautiful new and refurbished homes nestled in the heart of a stunning woodland setting. The Kitchen Gardens comprises 12 sizeable apartments and 2 penthouses, surrounded by beautifully matured trees and formal gardens.
Situated on the first floor is this stunning 3 bedroom apartment. With contemporary open-plan living space, that flows onto a generously sized terrace. The master bedroom comprises an ensuite and dressing room, as well as a separate family bathroom.
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